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Apr 12 1971 (HC)

Laxmibai and anr. Vs. Roshan Lal

Court : Rajasthan

Decided on : Apr-12-1971

Reported in : AIR1972Raj288; 1971(4)WLN103

..... to corroborate the fact about the existence of partnership. p. w. 3 bhag-wandas and p. w. 4 bhabootmal state that they had been approached by roshanlal and laxminarain to mediate between them to settle the accounts of partnership business of the parties. p. w. 6 kanakram, who used to bring sand and concrete in connection with the construction work has .....

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Feb 09 1971 (HC)

Mst. Pushpaben ors. Vs. the Banswara Electric Supply Co.

Court : Rajasthan

Decided on : Feb-09-1971

Reported in : 1971WLN226

..... , how ere, set up a case that no separate application other than ex. 56 was presented him. before only ex. 56 was produced before him by deceased surajmal. he in mediately put his initials upon the application. ast he application was not accompanied by a plan, it was returned to him bearing his initials. this case set up by khemchand is .....

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Feb 11 1971 (HC)

Bhanwari Lal and anr. Vs. Mst. Patasi and ors.

Court : Rajasthan

Decided on : Feb-11-1971

Reported in : 1971WLN59

c.b. bhagava, j.1. this is a plaintiff's appeal against the judgment and decree dated 18th december, 1965, of the district judge, alwar.2. the plaintiffs are the sons of umrao singh who died on 16th, april, 1962, leaving behind properties which are mentioned at items nos. 1 to 11 of schedule 'ka' annexed to the plaint. before his death, umrao singh by his will dated 10th may, 1961, bequeathed these properties in favour of mst. patashi his wife. the defendants in the suit are mst. patashi, the stepmother of the plaintiffs, prem narain and durgaprasad the other two sons of umrao singh, and mst. ratti devi, anguri devi, maya devi and shanti devi, daughters of umrao singh. plaintiff's case is that until 10th september, 1961, umrao singh and his sons constituted an undivided hindu family. on 10th september, 1961, the plaintiffs served a notice upon umrao singh of their intention to separate and demanded a partition of the properties. however, umrao singh died on the 16th april, 1962, without effecting partition of the properties. plaintiff's case is that the disputed properties were jointly acquired by them and the deceased umrao singh and the plaintiffs are entitled to 20/45 the share in each property. a declaration has been further sought that the will executed by umrao singh in favour of mst. patasshi is illegal and void because none of the properties was his self-acquired property. they have also sought an injunction restraining mst. patashi from disposing of the family .....

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Dec 20 1971 (HC)

Jamal and ors. Vs. the State of Rajasthan and ors.

Court : Rajasthan

Decided on : Dec-20-1971

Reported in : AIR1972Raj209; 1971(4)WLN660

orderv.p. tyagi, j.1. since common questions of law are involved in all these three writ petitions filed by the manufacturers of salt at didwana and pachpadra salt sources, i propose to dispose them of by one judgment.2. writ petition no. 218 of 1969 and no. 1683 of 1970 are the petitions of the manufacturers of salt coming from didwana who are known as deshwals while petition no. 1373 of 1969 is the petition from the manufacturer of salt at pachpadra known as kharwal.3. the history of kharwals and deshwals is about three to four hundred years old. for the purpose of this judgment, it will be relevant to mention that the deshwals who are generally mohammedans by caste are the residents of didwana. their main occupation is to manufacture salt from the pans granted to them by his highness the maharaja of jodhpur. these salt pans are also known in that area as salt factories. in these factories deshwals claim bapi rights which are both heritable and transferable. the petitioners in writ petition no. 218 of 1969 claimed to have inherited such rights from their forefathers in the pans alleged to have been owned by them. the position of the salt pan in writ petition no. 1683 of 1970 is different. according to the averments made by the petitioner the salt pan no. sdm. 86 was owned by some deshwals whomigrated to pakistan and consequently the pan was declared to be an evacuee property. the custodian put this pan to auction on 17th of january, 1963, and messrs. jeewanmal chanchaldas, .....

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Apr 27 1971 (HC)

Surjansingh Vs. State

Court : Rajasthan

Decided on : Apr-27-1971

Reported in : 1971WLN360

l.s. mehta, j.1. in village kishanpura utarda, police station, sadul shahar, district ganganagar, one nathusingh rajput, son of moolsingh, had 180 bighas of land. nathusingh had no son. he had a d/o mst. soni. her son, dhyan singh, p w.6, bad been taken in adoption by nithu singh nithu singh died some 6 years back. banwari lal, p.w. 5, sarpanch, gram panchayat, kishanpura, caused mutation of 90 bighas of land in favour of dhyan singh and the residual in the name of mst. soni out of the share allotted to dhyan singh, a strip of 20 bighas in chak no. 10 p.t.p. had been under the cultivation of mangla ram alias sheo karan, bishnoi (deceased) as a lessee for about 10 years. sometime after the death of nathu singh. sheo karan had purchased the land from dhyan singh through a registered sale-deed. 12 bighas of land in chak no. 10 p.t.p. and 8 bighas of land in chak no. 13 p.t.p. had been under the tillage of kipoor singh after the death of ntthu singh, the accused surjan singh rajput, resident of kishanpura utarda, and his father puran singh, his uncles ganpat singh and dungar singh had taken wrongful possession of the land from kapoor singh and started cultivation. surjan singh also wanted to buy the land, which had bean purchased by sheo karan he held out a threat to sheo karan for the abandonment of the land. sheo karan, however, declined to give it up surjansing also wanted to get a sale-deed executed in respect of the land which he had extorted by from kapoor singh. he somehow .....

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Jan 30 1971 (HC)

Tillu Vs. State

Court : Rajasthan

Decided on : Jan-30-1971

Reported in : 1971WLN74

l.s. mehta, j.1. the appellants tillumal and asandas have been convicted by the additional session judge no. 1, jaipur city, for offence under s 302, i.p.c., and each of them has been sentenced to imprisonment for life.2. the prosecution story, in brief, is that the accused tillumal and the approver sajan became partners in the business of illicit liquor. saroopa (deceased) was a taxi-driver. sajan and tillumal gave him rs. 50/- per trip in addition to the fare of conveyance by which he brought illicit liquor from outside. the accused asandas of ajmer was another taxidriver. he also used to supply tillumal and sajan with illicit liquor through his taxi. on the advice of the accused tillumal sajan bought an ambassador car (no. ksl 6598) in the month of february, 1967, in partnership with saroopa. they gave rs. 8000/- towards the part payment of its price. the residue was obtained from prakash financer. saroopa, who was in the service of k.b. singh (p.w. 11), left his job and started driving the ambassador car. the vehicle met with an accident in the month of march, 1967, on amber road. it was sent for repairs. after it was mended, saroopa again took to driving it for a couple of days. no profit, however, accrued to its owners. by negotiation sajan took the car under his exclusive possession on may 22, 1967, and gave assurance to saroopa that he would soon pay him the money that was due towards the purchase of the car. saroopa again joined the service of k.b singh. he demanded .....

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May 12 1971 (HC)

Satya NaraIn and ors. Vs. Sardar Chand and anr. and Nathmal

Court : Rajasthan

Decided on : May-12-1971

Reported in : 1971WLN182

c.b. bhargava, j.1. this is an appeal from the judgment and decree dated 29th august, 1963, of the senior civil judge, ajmer.2. plaintiffs sardar chand and santok chand instituted the present suit to enforce their mortgage dated 3rd march, 1952, executed by nathmal as karta of the joint hindu family consisting of himself and his sons in consideration of rs. 7500/- with stipulation to pay interest at the rate of eight annas per cent per month. the mortgage debt was to be repaid within four years and the mortgagor having failed to repay the amount except the sum of rs. 1125/- towards interest, the present suit was instituted for recovery of rs. 11963.82 and in default of its payment for sale of the mortgaged property. nathmal did not appear to contest the suit but his sons, some of whom were minors on the date of the mortgage, contested the suit denying the execution of the mortgage by their father as also the passing of the consideration of any family necessity. in paragraph 7 of the additional pleas of the written statement filed on behalf of defendants nos. 2 and 3 it was stated that they had come to know that defendant no. 1 (nathmal) indulged in speculative and gambling business of silver and executed the alleged mortgage-deed for speculative and gambling losses suffered by him. it was asserted that the father had no right to mortgage the ancestral family property and it was not binding upon the defendants.3. on the above pleadings, the following issues were framed:1. did .....

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Sep 21 1971 (HC)

Firm Pyarelal Satpal and ors. Vs. Santlal and ors.

Court : Rajasthan

Decided on : Sep-21-1971

Reported in : 1971(4)WLN543

jagat narayan, c.j.1. these four special appeals have been filed by the leave of a learned single judge against his judgment dated april 18, 1966, by which he decided 9 second appeals. these 9 second appeals arose out of 5 suits nos. 75 of 57, 94 and 157 of 1960 and 20 and 200 of 1962 of the court of munsif, ganganagar. all the 5 suits were decreed by the trial court. in appeal suit no. 75 of 1957 was dismissed by shri krishna nand, the then district judge of ganganagar by his judgment dated march 2, 1959. the appeals in the remaining 4 suits were dismissed by shri sardar singh, the then district judge of ganganagar by his judgment dated 30-1-1962. the result of the judgment of the learned single judge is to decree all the 5 suits.2. special appeal no. 21 of 1966 arises out of suit no. 157 of 1960 which was instituted by santlal. special appeals nos. 20 of 1966 and 32 of 1966 arise out of suit no. 75 of 1957 which was filed by ladu ram. special appeal no. 29 of 1966 arises out of suit no. 200 of 1962 filed by khemchand.3. the defendants of suit no. 20 of 1962 which was instituted by one lachhi ram have filed special appeal no. 22 of 1966. this could not be heard along with the other special appeals as it was not ripe for hearing on account of the death of a party. the defendants of suit no. 94 of 1960 instituted by de-wan chand do not appear to have filed any special appeal against the judgment of the learned single judge,4. the facts are these. in the dhan mandi area of .....

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Mar 18 1971 (HC)

State Vs. Jawan Singh

Court : Rajasthan

Decided on : Mar-18-1971

Reported in : 1971CriLJ1656; 1971(4)WLN241

l.s. mehta, j.1. succinctly put the prosecution story is that p.w. 15 chenia had a strip of agricultural land, measuring about 53 bighas (khasra no. 49), situate within the precincts of village barri. he wanted to sell the land, the accused jawan singh showed curiosity to buy it for a meagre sum of rs. 300/-. that consideration was not acceptable to its owner, it is alleged that through the efforts of the deceased patwari bharu singh and his brother chhatar singh (injured), who was also a patwari, their brother-in-law bheru singh son of bhur singh rajput, resident of juna, tebail desuri, bought it for rs. 800/-. a registered sale-deed was executed by chenia is favour of the buyer on march 25, 19fi6: vide ex. p. 19| because of this transaction accused jawan singh harboured ill-feeling against bheru singh and chattar singh. the accused conveyed his protest to chenia telling him how sinister consequences would follow. later on, bheru singh decasec and the accused jawan singh met each other in the fair of 'mahadeoji', near mevi village. there, the accused took a exception and told bheru singh how he had procured for his brother-in-law agricultural land from chenia. both of them exchanged hot words but because of the stepping in by than singh, p.w. 26, the matter stood dropped for the time being. however, the accused threw a challenge to bheru singh, saying that he would have to reap its fatal consequences. on june 23, 1966, than singh, p.w. 26 whose son had been betrothed to the .....

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Mar 29 1971 (HC)

Karim Khan Vs. the State of Rajasthan

Court : Rajasthan

Decided on : Mar-29-1971

Reported in : 1971WLN142

l.s. mehta, j.1. succinctly put, the prosecution story is that karim shah and rahim shah fakirs of village udai-kalan, thesil gangapur city, collected some clay required for repairing their buildings. the clay was put on the lane, abutting the houses of munir khan and the accused karim khan. this material blocked the passage. munir khan and karim khan remonstrated karim shah and rahim shah against what they did. karim shah paid no heed to the protest. this led to rupture of relation between the two parties. munir khan and karim khan on the one hand and karim shah and rahim shah on the other. in the morn of april 29, 1970, whan karim shah was returning from the village mosque, munir khan hurled abuses at him. rahim shah, p.w. 2, interyened. in the mf-an-time the accused karim khan appeared on the scene. he flung a stone towards rahim shah. rahim shah; however, escaped its impact. karim khan then threw another stone, which hit the left hand of karim shah. he cast a third stone at rahim shah's wife. soon after the deceased subhan shah arrived at the spot. he enquired of munir khan as to why he was beating the destitutes of the 'mohalla' karim khan got enraged at it. he picked-up a stone and dashed it towards subhan shah's chest. the moment subhan shah received the stroke on his chest, he fell down and breathed his last within a short time. first information report of the occurrence was lodged by p.w. 4 sardar with the police station, gangapur city, that very day at 11 a.m. the .....

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